From the Editor-in-Chief’s desk: Your June 29 briefing



The big news on the front page of The Fiji Times’ edition for Wednesday, June 29 is about politics.

It’s about budget consultations and claims of campaigning.

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Here are some headlines that made The Fiji Times for Wednesday.

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– TROPIK Wood Industries employees have received a four per cent wage increase.

– MEDICAL tourism is an area that Government is looking to take advantage of as facilities like the refurbished Lautoka Hospital and new Ba Hospital implement new health and medical services.


-A SENIOR medical officer from the Colonial War Memorial Hospital (CWM), charged with two counts of sexual assault, was granted bail by the Suva Magistrates Court on Monday.

– THE two men charged in relation to the brawl at McFarlane Road at Raiwai in Suva on Sunday, June 19 were released on bail by the Suva Magistrates Court on Monday

– THE Member of Parliament Declaration Form (MPDF) is not a Statutory Declaration, says Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) lawyer Ashish Nand.




VODAFONE Flying Fijian and Swire Shipping Fijian Drua player Apisalome Vota is relishing his moment in the national squad and adamantly waits for his opportunity to run out and represent his country in the Pacific Nations Cup.



TEAM Fiji to the 11th edition of the Pacific Mini Games presented its sevusevu to the President of Fiji, Ratu Wiliame Maivalili Katonivere, upon returning at the weekend from Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands.


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